Creating this topic so we could share our observations of the handling differences certain riding form settings affect. It's clear that some settings, namely horizontal shifting across the seat produce noticeable effects. The question is, do the less obvious settings produce any potentially useful results aside from a simple cosmetic change? For example, does changing arm angle result in smoother throttle control where the rear tire would be less likely to spin? If not, exactly what does arm angle affect other than the visual style of the rider? That's one question of many that I have, personally. If you notice anything difference when you tweak certain form settings, let's archive those here. When we come up with enough, perhaps we could create a GT Planet exclusive FAQ bearing the name of all us contributors. Admin, what are the chances we could make this thread a sticky? What are your observations? Uncreated -- ONGOING EDITS BELOW -- Confirmed Effects: Seating: Tip: Forward seating reduces understeering. Warning: Rear wheel traction suffers. Too much weight foward vastly increases your chances of highsiding during deep turns as rear wheel traction is lessened overall.